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Cramp in calf muscle

Cramp, Aches and Pains

Cramp is felt as sudden gripping pain. It often occurs in the middle of the night but can also come on in the daytime on stretching or overusing a muscle. It’s most commonly felt in the calf, thigh and feet but can also occur in the hands and forearms. Osteopathic treatment can help soothe muscle tension that may be an underlying cause.
If general aches and pains or cramp are niggling away they can really get in the way of life and make if difficult to sleep well. This can lead to grumpiness!
So why not let us check you over?
Osteopathic patients range from children to older people to pregnant women, so everyone is welcome.

Why are you getting your symptoms?

Osteopaths work under the principle that there may be a number of contributing factors to the symptoms and will therefore evaluate not only the area which is producing the symptoms, but also associated areas that may be contributing to the issue, including past trauma to the area, environmental factors (food/drink/exercise routines/medication) and your family’s health history.

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Calf massage

Treatment gets to the heart of your problem

After we’ve assessed the causes of your problems we will help you using the following, tailored to your individual needs:

  • we will explain what we think is causing your symptoms and what you can do yourself about them
  • give you some manual treatment such as physical manipulation, stretching and massage, and other gentle techniques such as cranial.
  • show you some simple exercises, if this suits your case
  • give you general lifestyle tips and “do’s and don’ts” to prevent the symptoms returning.

Get on the road to recovery today

Imagine how much better life could be without these annoying symptoms.

Book an appointment today.

Telephone: 01905 45 45 50

Email: info@countyosteopath.co.uk

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